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Tuesday
May082012

Multiagency approach to tackling wildlife crime in Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar, India, May 2012—TRAFFIC India, in collaboration with the Forest Department of Arunachal Pradesh and with support from WWF-India organized a meeting on wildlife law enforcement and conservation in Itanagar earlier this month.

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Friday
May042012

Wild flora, sustainable use and livelihoods: progress on the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation

in Japanese

Montreal, Canada, 4th May 2012—Plant conservation came under the spotlight during a preparatory meeting of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) currently underway in Canada.

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Friday
May042012

TRAFFIC supports training of hundreds of border police in Guangxi, China

Beijing, China, 4th May 2012—More than 350 border police attended training sessions held last week in Guangxi Province, China, to increase their awareness about illegal wildlife trade and enhance their capacity to detect wildlife smuggling in the region. They included 200 police officers from 29 border checkpoints and police stations in Chongzuo who followed the proceedings through a live closed circuit television broadcast.

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Saturday
Apr282012

Repatriated Philippine Forest Turtles turned over to Katala Foundation

in Japanese

Palawan, Philippines, 28th April 2012—They travelled from the Philippines to Hong Kong stuffed in a smuggler’s bag with over 60 other reptiles, but on Friday, 18 Philippine Forest Turtles were returned safely home and are doing well in the care of the Katala Foundation.

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Friday
Apr272012

Large pangolin seizure highlights timeliness of re-forming IUCN-SSC Pangolin Specialist Group

Ha Noi, Viet Nam, 27th April, 2012—Local enforcement authorities have seized 304 kilograms (71 individuals) of live Pangolins in Nghe An Province in the north central coast of Vietnam after receiving a tip off that a car was transporting the endangered species on Tuesday.

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